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How we overcome the inner battles we face and what fuels our strength to show up in our own unique way.
We can remember and honor the Black leaders before us and we can also honor the new and upcoming leaders during Black History Month. Black HSP's can struggle more than others with the inner dialogue of who we should be in the world and deeply feel the turmoil and injustice in the world. Both of our generation and generations before us. We all want to find our own path and can be faced with family or authorities telling us who we should be, cannot be or will never be. I want to have a conversation with other Black HSP's who struggle with choosing to become the leader they are meant to be or settling into the identity that others put upon you. We are all whole and complete as we are and have the power to heal old wounds and beliefs to become the leader we were meant to be within and without.
Holistic Health Practitioner and Health Strategy Coach LMT, CES, FMS Bio: Michael is on a mission to teach the world that we are all capable of intrinsic healing and transformation both mentally and physically. If we start with foundational health, we can build upon this foundation to create the empowered life we want to live. Michael overcame, healed, and transformed from having Tourette syndrome, severe asthma, ADHD, obesity, and an eating addiction and now helps others embody health to become empowered to live a life of joy, peace and success. He is a US Marine, a Holistic Health Practitioner, and Health Strategy Coach. https://michaelacoles.com/
Michael also did a previous event with us Tapping into your Guidance System to Take Aligned Action--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/julie-bjelland/message